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our people and i hope that it will be a great boost to the great city of lester. >> thank you, mr. speaker. this week announced the work of the services is moving to newcastle, is the latest in a long series of similar announcements affecting the valley, including the closure of our office by the previous government. will the prime minister looked to bring extra work to the office in stock and moving another public sector agency to the east valley? >> i will look very carefully of what my honorable friend says but what i would say is of course we want to make sure that public sector jobs are fairly distributed around the country but we have to be frank, the real need for our economy is a rebalancing with growth and the private sector to make up for the fact that public sector jobs have declined. it should be looked over the last two and half years the million extra private sector jobs has more than offset the decline in private sector, -- in public sector unemployment and that's why we concede unemployment falling around the country. >> the prime minister may not be aware of the o
joined on the campaign trail -- [shouting] >> what our city people, if you want a straight talking candidate that does exactly what it says on the inch, maria is the local -- she would make a great member of parliament. [shouting] >> can ask the prime minister for his help because i have two -- i am defeated in my attempt to get a response from southwest london nhs on behalf of my constituents, who has hypertension, chronic lung disease and heart disease. they will not respond to my correspondents as to whether they will agree to look at allowing the professor, the world-famous cardiologist in his prescription for his treatment. i can get no response am a constituent made i should do not get a physician? >> i'm very happy to take up the case the honorable lady quite rightly raises in the house because she gives me the details i will see what i can do to get a better answer from health authorities. >> thank you, mr. speaker. each year many dozens of my constituents have to sell the house in order to pay for social care. this is random and unfair. with the prime minister agree with y
services to small cities and rural areas. would you implement these type of reductions -- are these the type of reductions we're going to see as result of sequestration that would perhaps disproportionately affect rural america versus urban america? >> i think there's definitely risks with respect to faa, and i'm glad you raised the question. faa's going to face a cut of roughly $600 million under sequester. a vast majority of the 47,000 employees will be furloughed for one day per pay period for the rest of the year. as importantly this will reduce air traffic levels across the country causing delays and disruption for all travelers. to your question, it's my understanding that yes, there will be a curtailment of service at low i could airports which typically reside in rural locations. so they will be impacted and feel the affect of the sequester. >> mr. carter, you mentioned that the air force plans to get facilities maintenance, projects by about half, including cuts to 189 projects at 55 installations in 26 states. do you have a list of -- >> absolutely i can provi
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